|World of Warcraft: Quest - Horde Trauma - How They Got Game Project, Stanford University|
To achieve the artisan skill level in First Aid, the secondary profession for making and using bandages to quickly heal wounds, players must complete a quest involving a mini-game. Although many quests have players out in dangerous territory doing battle, some involve less intensive activities. In this case, the player must solve a triage problem: which wounded soldiers to bandage before they succumb to their wounds...
Keywords: World of Warcraft; Blizzard Entertainment; Quests; Horde Trauma; First Aid; Classes; Archiving Virtual Worlds; Massively Multiplayer Games; degtiar
|EA-Land: Mystic Garden - How They Got Game Project, Stanford University|
Alex Paul shows off his vibrant garden, and I am the first to try the Mystic Defenders, a creative game of chance created by Alex. After taking a nap, Alex explains the rules of Mystic Defenders and we begin playing. After a couple wins and a loss, Leo joins the game. In the end I win three pets: two cats and a dog. This footage was captured as part of the Preserving Virtual Worlds project by the How They Got Game group at Stanford University.
Keywords: EA-Land; The Sims Online; Archiving Virtual Worlds; Electronic Arts; Parker, Havey van; Paul, Alex; Mystic Garden; degtiar
|World of Warcraft: PVP -- "Learn to PvP" Raids Stormwind and Ironforge - How They Got Game Project, Stanford University|
A Horde Player vs. Player (PvP) guild called "Learn to PvP" raids Stormwind and Ironforge on the Frostmane realm (server). The raid begins with the first contact with the Alliance at the entrance of Stormwind, goes through runs as a ghost and attempts to rush back, and finally a run through the tram system along with a final rush into Ironforge. At the end, guild members see who can stay alive the longest in the enemy city...
Keywords: World of Warcraft; Blizzard Entertainment; Guilds; Player vs. Player; PvP; Learn to PvP; Raids; Stormwind; Ironforge; Frostmane; Archiving Virtual Worlds; Massively Multiplayer Games; degtiar